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  • Oracle's squeeze play on Microsoft may backfire

    Microsoft's legal budget must give its accountants fits, even with all of that cash in reserve. Sometimes, however, a courtroom brawl comes calling even when Redmond's just minding its own business. 

  • The needle and thread of patch management

    When it comes to security and patch management, there's no substitute for planning and analysis. Get advice from industry experts on how to make patch management a little less painful. 

  • Report rates Windows Server 2003 security

    New Burton Group research offers cheers and jeers for the security features of Microsoft's Windows Server 2003. 

  • Microsoft's weeklong security blitz

    Microsoft is mending its security ways. That was the gist this week of a Redmond stump speech that stretched from the RSA show in San Francisco to Bill Gates' college-speaking blitz to the e-Crime Congress in London. 

  • Experts offer a potpourri of printer troubleshooting tips

    Continuing from part one of this two-part Q&A, our SearchWin2000.com experts tackle a potpourri of your printer management problems. 

  • Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #3: Answer key

    ANSWER KEY: Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #3
    Windows Server 2003 Pocket Administrator 

  • NetPro tool tracks Active Directory changes

    New software announced this week by NetPro will act like a sleuth for Microsoft's Active Directory. It will solve the "whodunit" when changes are made. 

  • Anatomy of an intellectual property theft

    A leak hasn't gained this much attention since the Titanic slipped beneath the waves. But don't look for the leak of Windows source code onto the Internet to sink Microsoft. 

  • Modern Windows less tolerant of sloppy apps

    Windows desktop expert Jerry Honeycutt offers advice on migrating legacy applications to newer versions of Microsoft's operating system. 

  • Part of Microsoft's 'crown jewels' hits the Net

    Microsoft has confirmed reports that the source code for its flagship Windows operating system was leaked onto the Internet on Thursday.